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Album Presence Released 31 March 1976 Recorded November-December, 1975 Genre Blues-rock Length 9:27 Label Swan Song Writer Page/Plant Producer Jimmy Page

Tea for One" is the last track on English rock band Led Zeppelin's 1976 album Presence. It begins with mid-tempo interplay between guitarist Jimmy Page and drummer John Bonham before settling into a sotto voce groove. The song evolves into a slow blues epic, featuring lyrics which deal with homesickness and loneliness.

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How come twenty four hours, baby sometimes seem to slip into days?
Oh twenty four hours, baby sometimes seem to slip into days
When a minute seems…

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